DISTRESS TOLERANCE (MAGIC HELICOPTER PRESS, 2016)
Praise for Distress Tolerance:
Hilliard is preparing for their future—and preparing us to face ours—with their saints of the past and saints of the present leading the way. - Kimberly Ann Southwick
Hilliard lulls and tangles the reader in an arabesque of metrical and sonic patterns before dropping the lines into severe, jarring moments - John Taylor
The baby, their glorious lil'self!
PERCEIVED DISTANCE FROM IMPACT (BLACK LAWRENCE PRESS, 2017)
Praise for Perceived Distance From Impact:
When language and technology function under the guise of assumed whiteness, Kamden clowns these notions. PERCEIVED DISTANCE FROM IMPACT irreparably entangles dualities. While reading, one must tear down the roof of their mouth so the tongue and the brain have full access to each other. - Xandria Phillips
Hilliard isn’t afraid of the touchy landscapes of gender and digital language. In fact, their fluency with new language, so smooth that I sometimes can’t tell if they’ve made up an entirely new word, is exhilarating, a marker of a newness their whole body of work encompasses. - Jesse Rice-Evans
She's out! Into the world we've gone!